Thomas is affiliated with several affluent organisations that he has given time, finance and service to, but none matter more to him than the Royal Society of St. George, the Order of St. Stanislas and the Miss Great Britain Pageant.
The Royal Society of St. George
Thomas is a member of and the International Ambssador to the Royal Society of St. George. With the great and the good, and some of his friends in attendance, Thomas travelled to Beverly Hills, California, in 2017 to be present at one of the most exclusive social events of the year. The inaugural St. Georges’ Day event of the Royal Society of St. George, California
Chapter, has been one of the most anticipated events of his social diary. Whilst adressing those gathered, Thomas read a welcome letter he brought with him from meet and greet opportunities, Thomas enhanced this official event on the invitation of the Chairman of the Royal Society of St. George, California branch. Thomas has a love of dedicated service and a deep desire to promote and defend the values and creed of the Royal Society of St. George. Proving to be a very popular addition to this elegant affair, Thomas was able to help acquire new members and further promote awareness of the Royal Society using his own special brand of magic. Thomas was featured in the Royal Society's California Branch Magazine, The Georgian. Click here to read the Georgian Magazine.
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Miss Great Britain Pageant
Thomas is attached to the Miss Great Britain Pageant, Southeast competition, where he and the BMSF not only sponsor the crown for the winner, but Thomas actually places it upon the head of the winner when announced. The pageant is about beauty, but more importantly it provides an educational scholarchip for those involved.
As Thomas values education and history, Miss Great Britain ticked all of the boxes. Invited to become a sponsor by friend and Southeast franchise owner, Harley Street's celebrity aesthetic surgeon, Dr. Vincent Wong, Thomas and his team undertook this responsibility to their hearts. Through the years Miss Great Britain has evolved becoming one of ‘THE’ pageant systems to be part of. The Miss Great Britain competition has helped launch the career of many well-known names including: Miss GB 1957 Leila Williams (Blue Peter presenter), Miss GB 1976 Dinah May (actress), Miss GB 1984 Debbie Greenwood (TV presenter), Miss GB 2006 Danielle Lloyd (Model, TV Personality) and Miss GB 2007 Preeti Desai (Model, film actress). The modern-day Miss Great Britain competition has been built upon an extensive history of successful pageants and has helped launch the careers of many women who entered.
The Miss Great Britain Pageant
Learn more about this wonderful educational organisation, where beauty is just a secondary component. Become a contestant or a sponsor today!